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Dive Into Shark Tank India 2.0: The Sharks Are Back!

Season 2 of the startup reality show begins

3 January 2023

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Subham Panda

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Shark Tank India, India's top startup reality show, will air on Sony TV every Monday through Friday starting at 10 PM.

What’s new: Judges aka ‘Sharks’


This season of the Indianized version of Shark Tank US, the reality TV show, will feature six judges. However, popular shark Ashneer Grover and Mamaearth co-founder Ghazal Alagh will not be present in this episode. On the other hand, Cardekho co-founder Amit Jain has been added as the latest member to the panel of sharks.


The shark panel, consisting of Peyush Bansal (Lenskart CEO), Anupam Mittal (Shaadi.com), Aman Gupta (BoAt), Vineeta Singh (Sugar cosmetics), Namita Thapar (Emcure Pharma), and Amit, will continue to invest in the contestant's Indian dream.

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What’s new in Shark Tank: Funding


In the first season of Shark Tank India, the sharks invested 42 crores in 67 Indian startups over the course of 50 episodes.As per the reports, during the latest season of Shark Tank India, more investments were made and the second episode had 15 more episodes than season one.


What’s new in Shark Tank: Host


In the previous season of the reality show, the audience witnessed friendly bonding between Rannvijay Singha, a famous TV celebrity who served as the host, and Ashneer through social media. Standup comedian Rahul Dua will be hosting the current season.

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